Puget Sound Doberman Pinscher Club



Puget Sound Doberman Pinscher Club (PSDPC) supports the efforts of
Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue
and the
National DPCA Rescue (formerly known as COPE)

Some PSDPC members have independent rescue efforts.

Through education, careful breeding, and placing of puppies, the numbers of unwanted Doberman Pinschers continues to decline. Working closely with area animal shelters and private individuals, Puget Sound area Doberman Pinscher rescues attempt to place dogs into new permanent homes by carefully screening adoption applicants.
All dogs must be spayed or neutered and contained by a fenced yard.

Some exceptions may be made, but the intent is that the dogs find new responsible homes who will provide them with the love and care they deserve.

Disclaimer: The Rescue individuals listed are members in good standing with the Puget Sound Doberman Pinscher Club, but under no circumstances does the PSDPC guarantee the services of said member(s) or assume any responsibility or liability regarding any agreement you may enter into with any of the Rescue individuals listed.

Links are meant as a convenience to the reader not as an endorsement.

"CHER" - 2011

"DOZER"  - 2010

"DUFF" - 2011- PSDPC does not support or endorse the breeding of albino ("white") Dobermans,
but we will not turn them down when needing rescue


"KARMA" - 2011



Rep for
Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue
Nancy E. Phillips 206-763-6237
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DPCA: US Doberman Rescue

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